Buy Rice Back

Buy Rice Back upcycles rice bags to make a range of products. Profits are donated to the ‘My name is Kumar’ charity, which provides a home and education to 83 children in the South of India who would have otherwise been forced into begging. Attending one of the best schools in the city of Chengalpattu, we arm the children with knowledge and believe that education is the most effective tool to break the vicious cycle of poverty.

Call of the Brave

Call of the Brave's ethical t-shirts showcase unique designs by independent artists.  We're on a mission to empower artists to help people affected by unfair fashion in a way that doesn't cost the Earth. Profits help support projects in Bangladesh helping garment workers who survived the Rana Plaza Building disaster. And our sustainable bamboo t-shirts are made by people paid a living wage and who work in decent conditions too. Wear the change you want to see in the World

Circle Collective

Based on Kingsland High St, Circle Collective supports and showcases the best independent fashion designers from across the UK. Every purchase made in our store helps young people secure life-changing employment. Circle Collective provides training to unemployed young people across London, equipping them with life skills and experience which helps them secure a full-time job. In-fact, we’ve so far helped over 200 young people into work. We stock over 30 different clothing brands, many of which also carry their own unique social messages.  We’ve also supported 5 independent designers to secure ‘Social Enterprise’ funding for their projects. #BuyOneThing

Elvis & Kresse

Elvis & Kresse transforms seemingly useless waste material (such as fire hoses, tea sacks, scrap leather) into handcrafted luxury items. We donate 50% of our profits to charities and communities.

From Babies with Love

Every penny of profit from our unique, ethically sourced designs goes to SOS Children, to build and run children’s villages around the world. And in these safe, happy places, abandoned and orphaned children can grow up in a loving family. We started this company to make a difference. And with every gift that you buy, you are too.

Global Seesaw

Global Seesaw seeks to make and see transformation, especially for women exploited by human trafficking and prostitution by creating freedom from exploitation through sustainable employment. We believe that business can make a real difference and as a social enterprise, all our profits are reinvested to bring greater change.

Hopeful Traders 

Hopeful Traders is a social arts project and clothing brand. By collaborating with artists affected by homelessness and mental illness, we give a voice to people affected by these issues. Money raised from sales of our clothing benefit the individual collaborators as well as charities and community projects chosen by them. The apparel we produce is unique in it's design and produced to a high quality and ethical standard.

People Tree

Clothes that make you feel good. The core philosophy behind the brand is to create fashionable, trend-led pieces in Fair Trade and organic fabrics – it’s our mission to make sure our customers not only feel but also look great in our clothes. People Tree purchases the majority of its Fair Trade products from marginalized producer groups in the developing world, to support economic independence and control over their local environment and community. With new arrivals launching every week, the collection has something for everyone including; easy-to-wear jumpsuits, elegant dresses and on-trend sailing tops


What if socks could change the world? Stand4 make the best socks in the world out of organic cotton and bamboo. Each pair supports a different cause, from education and the environment to gender equality. Using a ‘buy one, give one’ model, each pair of socks has a massive impact in a developing country, from planting ten trees to vaccinating children against measles and more.


Thraedable turns stories of exclusion into ethical clothes that support social projects. How? Thraedable partners with grassroots NGOs to hold  workshops of artistic expression with marginalised people around the world, whose drawings inspire Thraedable’s t-shirts and bags -  a canvas to give voice to the voiceless. And through its 50 Threads scheme, Thraedable shares 50% of its profits with its partner NGOs, so that each sale contributes directly to their social projects. What is more, each item is ethically manufactured and hand-printed with water-based inks on 100% organic cotton. #threadingcommunities

Our online shop is under construction and coming soon, but you can place orders by sending us an email at [email protected]

Where Does It Come From? 

Where Does It Come From? is a UK based clothing brand offering high quality basics for adults and children. Our beautiful clothes are created in partnership with social enterprises and artisans – always according to fair trade standards and using sustainable production methods.  Our clothes are traceable too. Using a code on the label our customers can explore their garment’s creation story – where the cotton grew, the traditional processes used and the people involved. We believe that sharing this information with customers will inspire them to have a better relationship with all their products and to shop more ethically in future.